Bureau of Land Management Sites in Montana

Clark's Fork River, Montana
Clark Fork River

The Bureau of Land Management manages a number of different recreation sites in Montana. Some of these properties are managed with the assistance of the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, the Nature Conservancy, the Yellowstone River Parks Association, and the Yellowstone Chapter of Pheasants Forever. You can click on places on the maps or in the list below them and get more information on the National Monuments, Wilderness and Wilderness Study Areas, Recreation Sites, Campgrounds, Day Use Sites, and Back Country Byways in Montana that are in the care of the Bureau of Land Management, protected and preserved for the public.

Montana mapCentennial MountainsBig Sheep Creek Back Country BywayBear Trap Canyon WildernessHumbug Spires Wilderness Study AreaAxolotl Lakes Recreation areaBig Hole River Recreation SitesElkhorn MountainsWhite Sandy Recreation SiteDevil's Elbow CampgroundSleeping Giant Wilderness Study AreaHolter Lake Recreation AreaGarnet Back Country Byway and Ghost TownCoal Banks LandingUpper Missouri River Breaks National Monument
The western half of Montana
Montana mapPompey's Pillar National MonumentFour Dances Natural AreaSundance LodgeShepherd Ah Nei Recreation AreaActon Recreation AreaCharles M. Russell National Wildlife RefugeJames Kipp Recreation AreaUpper Missouri River Breaks National MonumentJudith Landing
The eastern half of Montana
Or use the list below:
Muddy Creek
The canyon at Muddy Creek
Photos courtesy of the Bureau of Land Management.
Maps courtesy of Cartesia MapArt Terrain.
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